Boston Market

STATUS: Resolved

Outten & Golden LLP, the Hayber Law Firm LLC, and Klafter Olsen & Lesser LLP represent a group of former assistant general managers who worked for the Boston Market restaurant chain in a class and collective action lawsuit alleging that Boston Market misclassified assistant general managers as exempt from federal and state overtime pay requirements and failed to pay them overtime wages. According to the complaint, the plaintiffs and other assistant general managers regularly worked over 50 hours per week without receiving overtime compensation. The plaintiffs have asked the court to certify a nationwide collective of assistant general managers, with the exception of managers in California. The case is “Alli,  et al. v. Boston Market Corporation,” No. 10 Civ. 4, in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.

Please email Justin M. Swartz or call (212) 658-0142 for more information.

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